Put your skills to the test with this lab. Follow along and find out how to troubleshoot your system.
- [Instructor] In this lab, we want to look at troubleshooting … and IP version 4 access control list. … We have a typology in which we're told … that a user on PC1, is not able to telnet … to a device on the other side … of our network at 192.168.0.50. … However, pings to this device are successful from PC1. … We can ping the 192.168.0.50 address, … which means we don't necessarily have a routing issue, … and maybe we need to look deeper. … So go ahead and pause the video, … import the attached YAML file into Cisco Modeling Labs … so that you can use our base topology … and see if you can resolve … the IP version 4 access control list issue. … Once you do that, you can resume the video … and we'll walk through the solution together. … (upbeat music) … First, let's verify our issue here from PC1, … by saying telnet 192.168.0.50, … you can see we get an error stating that the connection … could not open the destination is unreachable. … So let's try to ping that, same IP address 192.168.0.50 …
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